Nanoprecise was born out of a need to address the inefficiency, safety and hazardous nature of heavy industry. It all started with a safety incident at a process plant, which led us to a thought that if we could predict the remaining useful life of an asset, the safety incidents due to that asset can be reduced to nil. Thus, Nanoprecise was founded with a strong, simple yet lofty vision of creating end to end integrated systems & models that are able to predict the remaining useful life of any asset in any industry at any point during its lifetime with more than 99% accuracy. We strive to bring cutting edge diagnostic and prognostic solutions to equipment and structural failures of various assets and provide a simple five point value proposition:read more
Wireless Nanoprecise sensor
mounted on the
Sensor data wirelessly
transferred to cloud in the real
Machine Learning algorithms
learn from the patterns in the
Dashboard for real time health of
the industrial assets is available
on multiple devices
In any manufacturing, petrochemical or utilities industry, production down-time is of utmost significance because every second lost is production that cannot be recovered (as money and product market share are lost) against production output which is the main focus of the plant.
Based on our vibration analysis, we were able to identify an early stage bearing failure and recommended a bearing replacement ahead of the plannedmaintenance cycle.
A bearing fault was detected in a critical gearbox in the production line of a steel rolling mill. Due to the early warning, the failing bearing was replaced at a convenient time during a non-related maintenance shutdown, preventing a gearbox failure during the next production run.
A bearing outer race fault was detected on the process condensate pump in a major petrochemical complex in Asia. The remaining useful life prediction of 37 days provided enough time to schedule a pump replacement at the upcoming plant shutdown.
The start of a vane pump cavitation failure was detected at an early stage in the condensate cooling water pump in a large thermal power plant. The maintenance team were able to make a temporary repair, extending the life of the pump until the next major scheduled maintenance outage.